Loftus Road side keen on Parkhead star.
Ambitious QPR are making a £6million move for Celtic’s South Korean midfield star Ki Sung-Yeung.
Owner Tony Fernandes is keen to land top Asian talent and has given boss Mark Hughes the cash to land classy Ki for his club to team him up with Park Ji-Sung.
Celtic have been approached and are fighting to get the best deal possible – with Ki possibly being sold despite their pending Champions League campaign.
SOURCE: Sunday Mirror
QPR are once again looking to bring in a high-profile addition and thus far Mark Hughes has been incredibly successful in his summer transfer business so it wouldn’t be a complete surprise if the Loftus Road boss once again snapped up a quality signing to add to his rapidly expanding Super Hoops squad.
Hughes has already signed Robert Green, Samba Diakate, Ryan Nelsen, Andy Johnson and Ji-Sung Park as he looks to build a side that can steer well clear of the relegation zone in 2012/13.
Ki Sung-Yeung may well be tempted by the chance of joining his national team mate Park at QPR and given that the SPL will be greatly weakened by Rangers omission perhaps the chance to make a move to the Premier League will lure the 23 year old in pushing for a Parkhead exit.
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